News and insight
As the autumn approaches, you are submitting your final (legacy) Student/Student Alternative returns. As we look ahead to the first 22056 (Data Futures) Student return, we want to share some reminders and tips:
Asked about present emotions in the Graduate Outcomes survey, graduates surveyed on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays were more likely to say that they had been happy the day before.
Ready for the weekend? How data relating to the Graduate Outcomes survey process can be used in assessing the validity of subjective wellbeing information
In this insight, HESA researchers examine the association between the day of the week the Graduate Outcomes survey was submitted and different measures of wellbeing.
This is a profoundly sad moment for our country as we mourn the loss of a monarch who gave such extraordinary service to the people of the UK and Commonwealth.
HESA will continue to operate data collection and other services for HE providers during the period of national mourning.
Since announcing the six priority areas of the HE-BCI major review earlier this summer, we have continued to explore the UK policy and benchmarking requirements the HE-BCI data collection supports.
The 2022/23 reporting year launched on 1 August 2022 and part of our work on the Data Futures project is to help providers successfully submit 2022/23 data using the Student – Data Futures 22056 model.
As we approach a new academic year, the Training team have written a new blog with this in mind. It shares five top tips to get you clued in on who's here to support you and where to go for all the information you need to start the academic year as you mean to go on!
133 UK HE providers submitted Scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions data for 2020/21, with half seeing increased emissions.
The aim of the College HE project is for HESA to ingest data about higher education (HE) provision occurring in further education (FE) settings and have all UK HE data in one place.
Total income for UK HE providers in 2020/21 was £44.0 billion with expenditure of £42.